Platinum Riser Headjoint
The ‘riser’, (also known as 'chimney' or 'wall') is the section of the headjoint that spaces the lip-plate from the tube. Different materials give different characteristics to the sound.
This is an interesting material to work with and one that I have had a lot of success with. The addition of a Platinum riser seems to give a very rich sound with considerable weight to it. This is found in all registers of the flute with no apparent thinning at the top end which can be a problem on some headjoints.